16th Sep 14, 01:40
The Game Tutor checks out F2P indie platformer Color Symphony... and half way through seems to totally screw up and go in the wrong direction.
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Most JRPGs are stressful, usually the world is ending and one of your party is some sort of key or special being that either must be sacrificed, or by saving the world will sacrifice them.
Earthlock is a very interesting game in the sense it is a western made JRPG.
I recently met for a chat with George Perkins of Super Rare Games a UK based distributor of rare indie titles similar to Limited Run Games.
Mulaka is an action adventure game set in Mexico based around the generally unknown culture of the Tarahumara people (Native Mexicans from northern Mexico).
Back in September we looked at the excellent indie beat em up Mother Russia Bleeds and now we have a copy to giveaway to a lucky reader.
Below is the competition plus our original video
The Game Tutor Compares Metro 2033 and its newly released remake Redux and finds out what has changed and is it worth picking up?